Friday, 28 July 2017

Butterfly Fairies ~Bostik Challenge


Arts and Crafts is something I have always enjoyed doing and I am sure those who follow this blog know that I have a young crafting partner, my niece Little M, who enjoys crafting with me. On her last visit we created some really nice dragon flies  using the craft items supplied by Bostik and today we are making these really cute Butterfly Fairies.

To make the Butterfly Fairies, you will need:

2 coloured Lolly sticks
2 foam Butterfly cut outs
4 Feathers
Washi Tape
Scissors
Bostik Glue Dots
Brown and Pink Felt tip Pens

Please watch the video below to see how to make them.



 This craft is suitable  for young children although, adult supervision may be required for using scissors.




Being part of the Bostik 2017 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.

If you like this project check the links below for more art and craft projects, that you can do with your children this summer.



31 comments:

  1. This looks very interesting and creative. I am sure if I ever do it, I will enjoy it fully.

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  2. These are very pretty. My daughter would have loved to make them when she was younger.

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  3. These are adorable! I have so many teacher friends who are going to love this craft for the upcoming school year!

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  4. Cute project. Looks like a lot of fun for young kids!

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  5. These are super cute. I love all the creative DIY projects for kids these days. The only thing I made as a kid was a guitar out of a box of tissues lol.

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  6. I've always loved arts and crafts - it's fun putting lots of different things together

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  7. These are so cute and this is the perfect at home activity for young kids. My son is a little too old now, but hey, you never know when boredom hits... ha ha

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  8. THis is such a cute idea. I think my 3 year old son would really enjoy this project. Thanks for sharing 🤗

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  9. What a cute little activity. I will do this with my girl scouts.
    ~ http://viabella-thebeautifullife.blogspot.com/

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  10. As a mom I always feel like I don't have the time for crafting. I do want to change that though, and craft more with my kids.

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  11. These are so cute and very imaginative I might add x

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  12. I bet your niece loved making these with you - great craft!

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  13. What a lovely idea and not too hard for little ones to do either.

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  14. This is a cute and easy craft! I will share this with my friend who is a pre-school teacher. She would love to include this in her list of activities for the coming school year.

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  15. Aww they are really cute! My Daughter loves butterflies and they look easy to make :)

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  16. Oh these butterfly fairies are the cutest! They look so simple to make too.

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  17. Such a lovely craft activity to engage little ones with. They generally love being creative and take pride in their creations. Lovely way to bond as well.

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  18. This is TOO adorable! I think my Madison would enjoy making this with me! It's such a lovely craft.

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  19. Pretty cool! They are cute and smart I guess. My cousin is new in this world I guess it will help her a lot.

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  20. These are so cute! Such a quick and easy craft, will have to make these with Jack

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  21. This looks like such a cute butterfly craft that you have here. Just so bright and fun it looks. I know I could use it at the library with the kids.

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  22. So creative. My 3-yr old daughter loves creative new things. Will def do this with her. Sounds fun. Thanks.

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  23. Very nice craft and so easy to make for kids. I will share among the kids of my building.

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  24. Aw these are so sweet, such an effective yet inexpensive craft to do this summer! xxx

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  25. Oh these are sweet! Mine love butterflies so they would love making these together! We will have to try them!

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  26. What cute butterflies, so creative. They came out really well x

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  27. This is such a cute DIY for those tiny tots. Those butterfly fairies look adorable. Thanks for sharing!

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  28. These are so cute - what a great craft idea! Good job :) Kaz x

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  29. Now that is what you call a great Bostik challenge. I have always found that butterflies are so pretty and butterfly fairies looks so pretty ! x

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  30. Awwe how cute! This I could do with my two years old daughter! I could cut everything and she could paint and clue as she like...even though the final work would look like a fairy but rather a monster!😘

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  31. My children will love making this as it looks like a lot of fun

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